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09.11.2022 Featured Cherubim and Seraphim Suspends Errant Prophets After FIJ’s #ProphetOfTheirPockets Series

Published 9th Nov, 2022

By Tarinipre Francis

The prophets of the Eternal Sacred Order of Cherubim and Seraphim Church in Yaba, Lagos, who were documented in FIJ’s #ProphetOfTheirPockets series, have been demoted and suspended from the church.

A church source, who asked not to be named, informed FIJ on Wednesday that the church’s prelate, HME Elder David Bob-Manuel, convened a panel shortly after FIJ’s report to probe the complicity of the prophets identified in the series.

Prophet Johnson
Prophet Johnson

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The source stated that the panel found the prophets guilty and consequently demoted and suspended them from the church, and that the verdict was communicated to church members on Tuesday via the church’s social media platform.

Prophet Madu
Prophet Madu

The international headquarters of C&S in Yaba was one of the religious centres that ‘Fisayo Soyombo, FIJ’s founder and editor-in-chief, visited while pretending to be gay and in need of deliverance for his investigative series.

There, he met prophets Madu Chiboka, Dike, and Prince Johnson, who not only bombarded him with false prophecies and fleeced him of cash, but also individually cornered him for their personal enrichment.

Published 9th Nov, 2022

By Tarinipre Francis

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